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TOTINft BUU.OTTN, HOVOtTJVJ, T. H, FftlDAT, JUJfE 17, 1910.
Pacific Slated, 7i!10 p. in.
Honolulu Stated, 8 p. m.
t Hawaiian First Degree.
Honolulu Chnptcr Hrg
ulnr, .". ). m.
All vlaltUiH uiembeu ul the
Order ore cordially Invited to
attend meeting" of loral lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. HaU
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' oT"
ENEF1CIAL ASSnQIATIOR. oiation. cor
HABMONY IODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. O. P. Hall, Fort Street.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noble arand.
All visiting brothers Tory cordially
OAHU IODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 in K. of p. Hall,
corner Fort and Deretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attend,
WM. JONES, a c.
O. F. HEINE, K. U. B,
HAWAIIAN TEIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
P. HiaOlNS, Bacbem. -
. ' E. V. TODD, C. of R.
HONOLULU AEEEB 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening! of each month at
7:30 a'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
.Visiting Eagles are invited to at
tend W. H. UILEY, W. P.
i WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. 0..
Elks, meets in their ball, on Klh
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
' JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
OEO. T. KLUEOEL. Sec.
WM. McKINLET LODOE NO.
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P
'Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brothel s cordially invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR C. C.
E. A. JACOOSON, K. R. S.
ST. 10UIS Mllll
Thoro will bo a meeting of tbo St.
Louis Colleen Alumni on Sundnv at
r,,tli Drcler Hall, and as It Is the an
filial luncuon a uig garnering oi ex'
(students la expected. On Hnnrlnv.
fjuno 2G n hiscball came will bo tilav-
rifed between llio Post Offlco nlno. and
tho alumni team. Most or the latter
I players have never played In any af
MtiA lfcrn-nn pnmni lnif nt 111 tharA nrn
a number of star ball tosscrs on the
' Tlio line up of tbo college alumni
I will be as follows: D Daylon, c; Dr.
Cones, W. Welsh, H. O'SullIvan, J,
.Williams, 0. Osborne, Carlos Long.
Henry Clark, Dr. Wong Leong. Thp
substitutes will be Julius Asch, Ottp
'Heine and Pat Olcaibn, Some people
may smile at the above list of play.
I org, but the Post Offlco team will have
a nam lime to nuiu mem uown.
lEEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Jur.e 16, 1910,
iHcnry Smith Tr to Anna K. Ml-
I kaele ; Ilcl
, Kaplolanl Est Ltd to Luella II. Era-
. mons fD
I Est of James Campbell by Trs to
j Kaplolanl Est Ltd Par Rel
Mlaupullllll and wf to J. Alfred Ma
U...B, Illgglns and wf lo Trs of
Oahu College Addn Chge
Est of B. P, Dlsh(.; by Trs to Chang
Yin Cock .'..L
E. M. Marshall et al by Atty to
Edward P. Irwin net
Rank of Hawaii Ltd to Gtorgo E.
,, rtucE ilcl
George E. Rugg to Gertrudo L. 11.
Wilder (widow) D
Entered far Record. June 17. 1910.
F. W, Becltley to l D. Walker Tr'.,L
James K. Kalama and wf to R. C.
Searle and wf ...' I... ....DA
'Tor Snlo" cards at Ilullclln.
NOTICE. w '
j The Memorial Services of the In
I dependent Order of Odd Fellows will
. Iiu lield at Odd Fellows' Hall on June
I lsT, lim. at ?;0 n, m.
! BE' DISASTROUS
j Editor Evening, 1! ti 1 1 o 1 1 n:
I The tactlca of tbe prohibition
(Clique and Us organ, a1) we approach
ihe voting contest next month, In
dicate that they flu I themselves In
(desperate straits, and that they real
ize that defeat wilt mean' their' f land
ing covered with' Ignominy n before
Congress and the Nation, whom the
hxante.il, to bejlexe. thai the. people
of this Terrltnrj were crjlng for
prohlblttou and oirxltig the- day
when llnubr was Introduced Into
Hawaii. . .
Their organ openly stales that the
prohibitionists will not abide by the
decision, of the 'people next month,
If the Territory oten "wet," but
that, In such vice, they will again
pester Coiigrefs for special legisla
tion for this part of Ihe country.
Whqt reception they will get under
Buch clrcumitanr.es Is not difficult to
predict. To refuse to abide by a
popular voto, after they bave. re
quested It, would lie "un-American."
to say thn. least. A while ago It was
claimed thai the prohibition mme
ment was started out of pure love
far the Hawaiian, who. It Is said,
are drinking, bad liquor and mort
gaging their loads (to whom, gen
tlemen;) to obtain money to spend
As the, Hawaiian don't seem to
respond very cordially to their
woud-be saviors and holder of
the mortgages the prohibitionist
became very sollcltoui of the wel
fare of the soldiers stationed fn Ho
nolulu. That move on their part can oul
be construed as un unwarranted In
sult ta the contingent of our army
in this Territory, and especially to
the officers, who, It Is Insinuated,
favor prohibition because they are
unable to uphold the discipline In
their command. Imagine a sugges
tion that the sale of liquor should
be prohibited In a garrison town in
any Furnpean country for the sake
of discipline of the so'dtersl Suc.i
nn idiotic proposition can 'only em.
anate from the bruin of 'a Prohibi
tionist, who understands absolutely
nothing about army discipline and
The fact that the proposed law Is
a measure In favor of the welt-to-do
man,' who can Import hla, liquor di
rect. Is one of the main reasons why
the question to be decided bf tho
plebiscite should be answered with
a decided No. The Portuguese plan
tation laborer, used to his small
modicum of wine after a hard day's
work, does not propose to give, up
his mode of living while the mana-ger-of-the
plantatlop will continue
to? have his cocktail from the stock
of liquor which It will be easy for
him to Import at all times. The
Japanese insists on having his na
tional drink, which all know he uses
In a sober and sensible, manner, and
the haoles do not propose to be de
prived of their beer or whUkey for
the Durnose of prevention their Ha
waiian fellow citizens from taking
such drinks as. they prefer with
their pol and flsh.
If the owners, and managers ot
plantations deslro to avoid trouble
and to keep their men contented.
they will be, wine If they refuse to
enter Iiito-an experiment which may
turn out very costly If not dlsaa
trous to their Interests,
The Hawaiian realize that If we
begin to legislate, as to what people
shall drink or nob drlpk, the next
fad will be to regulate our diet, and
prohibit, say, tbe eating of pol and
Paternalism In a government Is
the first step to socialism, the doc-
trlnes ot which t, do not think our
esteemed planters 'and capitalists
care to tee-" Inculcated in the minds
of the Hawaiian electorate. - A Pro
hibition measure, which prohibits
for tbe poor but not for the rich,
will be the first seed.eown, the fruit
of - which eventually rriay be very
We have a fairly good liquor law,
which can be Improved on from time
tp time, In regular manueri 'Lett Us
cease experimenting wJUi laws which
may suit otsewhero, "but which will
never suit In these. Islands, with our
peculiar racial 'conditions.
Let mo finally remind all voters,
who bellovo that present conditions
are best for tho people heie, to go to
the ballot-box themselves and see
that every man who la legUtered
and who Is opposed tto prohibition
casts his vote
The prohibitionists will, muster in.
full farco and by fair and unfair
means try to gain their point and
'avoid deserved defeat,
Thanking you, Mr. Editor, for
jour space, I am,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, 4 per hour, Lewis' Stables.
It goes without saying (that Every
thing. is Best at The Encore. ,
7-Hoated Auto tor hire. Phone 199
James 'Baker, Young Hotel qtand.
Mrs. C. L. Dlckerson's entire mil
linery stock Is on sale at half price.
It you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
Soda Water" fr6m "Lelthead and
Woodward,, 1263 Miller1 Is purest and
For distilled water, Hire's Root
Beer and all other popular drinks.
Ring up phone 71. Consolidated Soda
By the death of David Da) ton n
vacancy was caused In tho Jury com
mission of the Federal Court and tho
court haa'appolnted It, II. Trent whq
will be sworn In tomorrow morning.
W. O. Smith, ndmlnlstralnr of the
estate of Aim Pnakapla, ni today
granted an. order lo se,lt the deooas
ed's Interest In 22. acres of land at
Patemb Maul, lo satisfy a rial in of
$60 against Ihe estate.
Call at tho show' topma and get
twenty-five Green Stamps free. Every
thing In tho show roam Is tree for
Green Stamps. Cull today or any day.
Beretanla opposite Fire Station.
A M. Ilrown returned from Lahnlna
yestcrda) mid was In court (his morn
ing ready to prosecutrt nny cases tha,t
were on tho calendar. Ho wll go fa
Lahalua on Tuesday1 next, again to
prosecute In a land case. ..
Vlolja V. Duncan today file), Jhe
will of tho lalo Ilnljert A. Duncan, her
husband, nnd nskivl for appointment
as administratrix of the eblaui being
named In tho wl torseri"! Uhoiit
bond. The estate amounts tg, 14,300
In real estate nnd, l,2tQ. in poraonal
nronertv snlilect in'mortcmm af.nhnut
a third of 1b valuo.-i rt'n, h.-,
have been following both sides of this
liquor controversy which will bo set
tled on Ihe 26th or next month and J
notice that on tho blg'italand the Pro
hibitionists arc working it for all It. Is
worth (and a little more).- .
The seeming leaders, on the Island
of Hawaii appear ta bn Rev. Drahms
nnd Mr. Nnkookoo, and tbo Jtor.
Drahms cites the, states of Maine, and .
Kansas as localities wheca prohibition
has been perfect In Its mission, bas
ing his statement on thg fact that he:
had received letters from tho govern
ors ot the two states named ta that
effect. i y
Regarding tho state ;pt nn.Baa' I
know nothing of tho workings ot pro
hibition but ot tho State of 'Maine I
do. I once had an uncle (now dead)
who made an Immense fortuno'sclling
liquor In the state of Malno. and right
over a semi public bar. I mjself was
In tho stato of Maine loss thau five
years ago and found no difficulty In
purchasing liquor In the city of Brpw
ftrand it was openly sold In tho'clty
I should like to ask Rev. Drahms
,what the governor of a state knows
about tho crookedness of a city, bla
own city or nny other city.- In my
opinion ho would be tho last mon to
go to In quest ot Information oCithat
nature. n t" . i
What does, Govern Frear know
about tho gambling Joints In this city?
I would wa'gcr that bo could not give
the location of a single Joint whero
gambling Is gofn on, and If he were
asked by an outsider If, to his certain
knowledge, there was gambling tgo-
Ing on In this city.' (disregarding rthe
reports of such that aro placed before
him In tho city papers) he would have
to truthfully answor "No.'
When the Bevji Desha makes the
statement that thosa. who aro opposed
to prohibition aro being paid IS a
day by tho liquor Interests lie Is tell
ing a downrfght falsehood.
.Thcro may ba cases whore. In con
tain elections, votes have been
bought, but, in tho cpmlug plebiscite
It, Is a case whero manhood Is going
to shine and the Hawaiian la not
going to ba led W ne nP5? l.0 voie
away any of bis rights to think, do,
. .. .).Im1. .Klin. h ,. nlnn...
say, oai ur urum mini i,v ihvoj
so long as ho. k'ecps within tho law.
1 "' ' MAINE.
Honolulu, June1 14. 1910jr ., . t
- .,! V v t it ilifl
On account of Illness- Judge Cdoper
did not appear In the criminal cour$
this 'morning and Judge Robinson1
took tho bench at eight-thirty and
called the court to order,
Thero'Vere'two case sit 'for this
wltrl gross cheat, and John Hodson,
morning1, that of Sam Pupuhl, churged
charged 'with assault. '
jpn'acconnt of the absence of Judge
Coope'i1 both tbeso cases were con
tinued until Monday morning, at
which time they will bo before the
Judge, Cooper waa suffering from
rheumatism yesterday and It.grevy so
bad that today be was, unable to come
to Vourt. ' I'M'
The German army at present has
ten dirigibles, and two more are
nearing completion, while thero are
at least anothor dozen belonglng to
private enterprise which could be
requisitioned In time of war.
f mn 'nppriinm ininfin
: in FtfHinyiKi.h
ft V-b, 'U,'
N City jWantfei? &.? '
JAS. H.X0VE. .
' STORY '
(Continued' from Pa?e 1)
brief. Crnwford also testided as did
I. II, Harbottle and John Wilson. v,ce W1M K've "ho Weir Company n
Major Fern will be called before "ne modern 'steamer with accommo
tho Grand Jury before the special sen- datlons for a number of first class pas
slou on tl(e AIett rhartea. Is ppn- sengera. ,
eluded and possibly all tbe members, ' an
or tne Hoard or supervisors will be
.M .1 ii.. "OT"" "' ,,"""" "" "no ny win Ainisoii Navigation steam-
the light possible on th al egatloni. 0r Entenrle nn her last voyage from
The afternoon session of the Grand san Franelsco nccordlng to reporls
Jury wan resumed at 1 .Hi. , frm thnt city. Tho Enterprise will
. ..rno2P ?.e,,.,nV, . . handle tho movement of gasoline down
Ihe Territorial Gtand Jury In bpv!1o lh(. 8innds for several trlpi. which
iVni, iw fituifjrru iiiiiiiiiiiK mm in-
tcrnoon nsaln called in Supervisor
AhlAj It bas.bech claimed thai there
were wltnehsos in a conversation parti
cipated. In ,by Ahla. In which he posf
tlycly, f iJvtfljtUfit Crawford approach
ed hlra In regard tp IiIk vote for tho
paving ordinance nnd at tho same,
lime. Intimated that thcie was a flnnn
dol cpiiMderatlon. attached , thereto.; Ti1L, aUcr e.soi 0yed with n full
Thq Inqulsltqrlal body will endeavor to !car(0 Jncludlng'-case oil nnd other
gain, an admission of this witness, , nbf.3 0t merchandise. Tho Clnudlno
who Is al,d topbf a mcmlisr of the, towcl tho schooner James Rolph out
local lipUce force. ,1 of", tho port, -of Houa tho following
aiw -iih wuii iipiniifin ii-iiirn m?,
Juiy this., morning, has all along been
a staunUi ancynslstent opponent of j
the navlng, propositus. ,lt Is tinder.
stood ina; nfl,nas Jiul lilt q to mi,i in,
knVn ' tTia ne'ver'been pVoacied
i,. iho n,rvnMie.,r ii. i.-nr. irM'
pavlpg'prpiioafUon. " ' JtiSannKrandnco-from, Hoholulii, Hip
Crawford was called In scveroj 1 heavy norUiwesU gales and imountaln-
times dmlng. Jliq (lay session Ho Is, pus eQs toodloe theinhlp irom rail
reported ,19 tujvo 'denied the ollega- to rali Thc Rlthet arriveil 23 days
inula iiiuuu wj joui)uiiii ji.u uiui.
he (Crawford) had Tioiiplit tho auncrr
visor h aupiKiri, qi ,me pjviug nrnin-
ance by a, olq ror' tho neasuro or n
v-oto to overrldB Mavor fern's veto
V03,0-.:...!S" u? A ayor icrns veto.
hP'Vw h St? nipt to? brlbXp elth-j
cr AvletLon Ahla" Ho Is said to havo
nec'clTsory 'ouUxed 'fflTS
contract for.a 6fo necessary to swing
Ji<tJU.'n 'ltAlN' 'NO'PAST winds and
Si ff cmcrc,l VwiwS choppy seas characterized tho return
The' froauont laucbtcr that was Tlp.of t,he steamer Claudlne that has
. AOC, irequonj laugnier tijai was,, J, , ,., ,, iiw.ii ,,
! t lm fivn wl Itts vt rhivinif
At yesterday's meeting of tho Ter
ritorial Board ot Health (Vnator Coel
tio presented a petition that ho nnd
four others be allowed to go to tho
leper settlement to addreiH 'tho peo
pi 9 on the plebiscite. '-Tho' petition
The work brought bofori the incel-
ln;; ot tbe Board yesterd ly was pr,ic
tlcully ail ot a routine nuture, tbo
president muklng a report on thn con-
union ot tue construction work itaing
uone at naiim on tuo 'receiving stn-
ilon. The four dormitories enth can
talnlng twelve roomi nro expected to
bo finished by tho lust of the rruFcnt
The new automobile' truck recently
nnrrhnnod r.ir ihu ua nt i'... i.nnr.i tu
being especially f.lfd tin iml W'i bo' wta,h(,r- T,,e "yaIw wa ?30 mllen
Dcing especially i.ueq tij .in.) vv .1 boofr J)0rt nt n 0.qlock at ovc.
il -,j num uj iny ihiici U1 111
WIRELESS ON SHIPS. Tho use of
wireless telegraphy by ships In East -
nnciin9 icivsruiiuy iujt BiuiH m r.uni-
cm waters hasten of slower growth
Ing thoi Atlantic, mainly owing to tho
dearth ot Installations on tho coasts
of India. Ceylon and notably Austra
lia. The practical use of the system
was again demonstrated by a recent
experience, of the Norddeu,techer Lloyd
ntpnmvhln 'Tliinian IVltAn altll ontnl
s'i1!!.'11? a v
:?" .1 1. . .V V, ""T" vT"'.i
olcatlon. vjlUi th9 Pcn,tnsiUo, and Or
uma,i V9-S Bi,eam9r "Mauwa, wniQil
wds already apnroachlru; that port.l
and requested that notice might bo
given to his agent of his tntentlpn to
ilpck tho ship on arrival. T"he agents
fceht a wireless rorflv through the
"Malwa" suggesting that to puj the J
"Hl'MnMl" lntv ,liv Afnr .nlltin.tl lA.
Into drv dock without dl.
rg,in a potlon of her ca.rgo would 1
Dlye some risk, -whorupon the!
"Bremen's" commander announce
that ho would conttnuo his voyage to
Australla without docking, hut request,
.. h..i i. ,.-!.iL 1'
propeller, blades, and-was twb and
"".""":.' "'T'"' "'""' Vc'
nan nays lato, and tne wireless, mes
sage enabled the local agenisto com
plete their arrangements several hours
before the ship's arrival, - and thus
office, SOc each.
WHEN TIH1NEW Weir steamer
iLucerlc now neartne. completltuaa. In
Europe, Is ready to enter the Tacoma
i .i . i -i m . .: . .
fi ic-iii fivrvivv, nm win iii? commanucu
by Captain Mathte, present master ot
'the liner Kumerlc of the same fleet.
Captain Mathle will leave tho Kumo
rlc at one of 'the' Oriental tyrta dir
lug her present voage nnd will be
succeded by Captain Mefl.ll, formerly
master rf the British steamer Yeddo
of tho Wolr fleet. The entrance of tho
'-"eerie Into thn Tacom t Oriental scr
NO PASSHNaEltS left thn roant for
prohibits her from carrilng nassen
gers. Coming un from the Islands.
however, the stoame.- will tnko passen'
gcrs as usual.
PURSER Kmi.lNO of tho sicamer
Clnudfne reporlsjho schooner Requola
and the Matsoii Navigation steamer
f2ntfrnrln n llln nn Mat Minrlnv
day.. This Vessel, was sugar laden and
I, .Ae'sUned. ror.SanKranfJsco.
' f v
undER WATER VOIl IJAY8. For
,our B Ba(d Car-,am j,Yew ot the
? nU". "-- - "
tally under watne while on. tho way
from ItUO, W1UI MA,0 Digs or Stlg.ir.
. , 1 V Ra ,
., ..,,,. ,. .ti
lfrom lno V"lte,n,StalR f'ectod
, Cleveland at elciLn'clock last
!K?'f & ' Z'WZrn
nlnS b"nrel "H ?i off tho port. Ac
W . n.?V emulations tho
,or w " MqVV Diornlng.
. aaeiV mV iihmhii irs
This, vessel brought a largo number
of cabin and Ci deck passengers. The
frnlgbt list included 32 cords wood.
fij) cases honey, 28 hogs and 1S3 pack;
ages sundries. ,
THERE IS a largo consignment of
Philippine cigars and cigarettes on
tho Alakca wharf, left hero by thq
Pacific Mall st,eamer Siberia on her
recenf. voyage from the East. Over
two million smokes were Included In
the Siberia's cargo. A goodly share
of this consignment went to local Im
THEiUNITED States Cruiser Cleve
land has wirelessed that tho cruiser
I Chattanooga now cnrmito from. Manila,
tp thp coast by the way of Honolulu
Ib steaming about five days behind
her ulster shlo. The Chattanooga Is
due to arrive here oij or about June
THERE IS a full shipment of rail
way ties "conslgned-to the, Oahu Rail
WAV. nn,1 T.ntt.l enmnnntf nn hnnr.l tlin
ArncrCan BChooner O. M. KclloggJ
This vessel was ,ono or the arrivals,
of lumber 'laden vessfls nt tho port
on Wednesday,, (
THE MATSON steamer Hyod's due
to nrrlvo from San Francisco by the
way ,pf, Seattle, tomorrow, morning Is
reuorted as' steaming through fiim
SUGAR FROM Kawnlhao to the
amount of 1Q79. sacks has arrived at
H0"ol.u '. lhe.
vi- -. ,r-i '-7V .V x. V I
I The vessel ulso, hrniRhUB head cp t.
THE ARRIVAU of tho American
schooner S, T. .Alexander nt Port
Townnond., wash,, 1 renoJed. Thin
vqsw recently sailed fromJUlq afqr
uiscnarging a biujiiuvui wi ipmucr,
last evening gave, tbe vcssel'a position
M,UjrmUfi8 off the. pprL All wll
on board. ,
NO QUORUM PRESENT
h 1 1 . 1 1
Owing to thO'absenco o'-tvvn of the
membcrB of tho Oahu Long le Hoard
of Arbitration, themeotlng that v'as
scheduled for noon' todn did not
J potne grf. Thd mdm.bers 6f th,e Hoard
Lre TOiUcsteI to.be nt Senator ChU-
jingworth's office at noon tomorrow
The bord consists o, .MeflsM.,l'l.,I,
I'llngworth, Stevenson, I'oltrell. Wong
The matter of the C. A. OJ. A C.
protested game Is to bo Ukon up nnd
the .matter' must . be settled right
away. The meeting will only t.ikn u
1 short time as there are not rtnny wit
'nsses to-call. Most of the Board
' and the only thing to bo done U
formally give a decision.
ADDITIONAL SHlFpiNQ ON PAGE EIGHT.; '
' ' 11 11
Per stmr. Clnudlno from Maul and
Hawaii porft-'-MlKs H. Williams, II. F.
Wlchmah, M. Edgar, C. P.. king Mlsa
V Kaleo, 11. T. Brodqrlck. E. E. Bar.,
telle, .1. IL MacKentlc, Mrs. Mason,
Rev. Wnl. Ault, Mrs. Ault, Miss R,
Wilkin. Mss EWIIklns. H.ey. W, B.
Olesnn Geo. Tnnaka, Miss Davidson,
Chaa. tlnyi Mrs .Gay. Miss Ooy, T. K.
Hudson, Mrs. Htnjson, F. Thompson,
A. A. Santos, A. A. Wilder, J. J.
Newcomb, It. C. Searle, Mrs. Searle,
A M. Ilrown, IC. A. Douthltt, Miss Pil
grim. II. U. Ilrown, Mrs. Davidson, T.
A. Brtrnjnghum, Wm. Lucas, Rev, 8.
PA8SENQER8 BOOKED uookp.
vn w n a .,,,,, ! .Try?. Pcr Btmr Claudlno for Maul and .
Mr. J. Evans, Mlsi Ilanna Model). Chain ors. Alice Ayrcs Mrs. D. En
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mcintosh, Mr. T. J. ??? 'B!' B- DoMwIn. Margaret Copk,
King, Mr, W. V, rnthcart," Mr. .11. Alex. Caso Dorothy Hoogs, Stella
IXederlchs, Mrs. Y, IU Dllss and 2 I'pogj, Alfred Taylor, David Wads
children, Miss Trances S. Smith, Mrs. worth, Ernest Baldwin, Miss1 M. Hock
A', -J. Slovens, Mr.,. Andrew Buslincll Ing, Miss II, Hocking, Miss R. Cum
and party, Mlsi Ida Montague, Miss ingg. Miss Taylor, Miss Alice Smith,
A. M. Sevens, Miss )l. M. Klljngs- wlBs j. u NcwBOn, Miss W. Thurston.
M. lMertinnld, Mr. T, It. Mnriciire.. ? M '" noeran Mary choltz.
Mi. J. M. Lovy, Mr, W. II. liarflnger, Anna BIchardB, Alex- ,Rlchards, H.
Miss Craig, Mrs. J. II. Cvlg, Miss Molr W. Harrison, IL Mackle,' Geo,
Ruth Seybolt, Mr. O. (J. Taylor, Mr. Ajurray, V. H. Smith, Mlsa Groco
Rlcahr Kalfe. Mr. J. L. Lewis, Miss A. Howell, W. L. Castle, Prdf. Brlgham,
J. Asplnwnll. Mrs. J, O lvienxcn, Miss Miss F. J. Ho, Dr. Jnggar, Ri 8. Hos-
Dora Atwutcr Miss JnUotlo Atwotor, mer j. Kv, WaamaH. 'Sam White, C.
I W11 Si.r5lAMwnir.,m? m',? j"?" J' 8o''"'ln P.EspInda.,F. Richard-
eiiiv Miss A, Williamson. Mrs. J..L. ' , !,. t' ti J.v. 1
CooVoir. W. o: Huntington, MY,!!. ROn' w- """" Lowl- '
A. Pearce. Dr. A. K. Hack,ett. Mrs. A. per strdr. Claudlno fbr Maul and
E. Hackett. Mr. and Mrs. O, l Wight. Hawjdl ports, June 24 Miss Rodrl- ,
Aliss i.via v;raiK, puss itritu i.ih
V6p, Mrs. J. ll4 Ml drop MIkh i.Mary
Mcuaue, Mr, and Airs. 1- ti. uiarici juiss morns, miss viona, Mrs. ai.
Miss P. B. Dunlop, Miss Elizabeth J. Btholtz, Miss C. Betta. Miss. Ehlrich,
Glllls, a. W. Paty, E. K. Humphries, Miss Julia Belts, Mrs. A."ll. Hart.
W, J. McNeil. Mrs. McN,eIh Miss C. Albert Btenider, H. Stcnder, R. B. Wat
L. Sheffield, Miss ti. Qjilhamptdn, Mr, ker, Wm..Hala, J. S. fling. .1 .j
Ai E- Jprdan, Mr. W. Smith, Mr. I ixer stmr, Klnau for Knual ports,
Blaekley McStocker, Mlsn Julia Mc- jMnn 21 Miss Benton, Mlus Barnard,
Stacker. Mrs. I B. McStocker. Miss jnM h. Hobron, Mrs. Julia .Atherton.
J. IC. Beckley. Mrs. M, IC. Green, Mr. Miss F. Fcrrler. Miss V. Damon. M.
mpl Mrs. E, N. Holmes and family, m. Fernandez, .1. B. Fernandez. M. B.
Mr. G. A. Davis, Mrs. U. D. Tenney, rernendez Jr.. I B. IMrnandez. Mls
Mr. V. K. Tenney. Mls.s W. Tenney. n, Camara, Mrs. Kaiser. A, Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Foster, Mr. F. 11. jj. Crane, Mri. Chas Crane,- Miss iJ.
G, Emmans. Mr. J. Andrado, Mr. 12. m. Soper. MIsb D. Whlttlngton.l Mra.
E. Boctyre. Dr. and Mrs. H. IL Hazel- o. U akstadt. Miss Blackstadt, tWss
ton and Infant, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. u Wardmeycr, Mrs. E. A. Jones. Mlsn
Kinney and child, Mr. and .Mrs. J. L. h. Jones, Miss M. Jones. Miss C. Jonea
McLean, Mlsa Helen McLean. Mrs. w. R. Wlthlngton, Ah Chack, Fred.
A Gartenbcrg and family,, Mr .F, E. christian, J. Fassoth, H. Fassoth.
Thompson Jr.. Mr. Thos. IL Doano, pcr Btmr, Mauna Kea for Hllo and
Miss M. A- Dean- Mra- J- n- Dcan way iorts, June 21 E. Nodenberg, A.
Mrs. Carwlthcn, Miss R. A, Carter, w. Carter. Thos. C. Dawklns. A. Mac
Mr. qnd Mrs. 12. II. Moses and child Kenzle, II. Berg, Mrs. O. Pederson.
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. 0. llutchart and Miss Madden, Miss I. Ahrcns. Mlsa W.
child, Mrs. Alice Brown,. Mrs, It, C. d. Alirens. MIssiM. Williams. Mra.jn.
Keener, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Beck. 0. Austin. Marlon Austin Tdrs. O. A.
ley. Mr- F. II. Armstrong. Hark--r. Miss. Sylcr, J. Hurd. IL Hind.
Per O. 8.. 8. Sierra for Ban Fran- Geo. Dunn, K. R. Hanson, Thos. Coo- '
Cisco, June 29. Paul do Longpre. Mrs. kett, II. WestorvcU. W.,r-esha. W.
de Longpre, Miss do Longpre. Dr. J Alexander. L. A. Dlckty. Dr. B. D.
IL B, Embanl. Mrs. II. B. Embant. J" Mri' ond( Mlsa A, Bond. B. H.
Prof. Scott, Victor S. Clark, W. W. d' ?,' U"taV ,J""a
a...i. 1,1.. n ivni.i.. n-t i- wcrjr, Chas. Zane, Jack Molr, O. Molr,
Taylor v Miss B. Weight. Miss E. Man- Mla8 Mor M D Campbell. Mss
sard. Mrs. RenJes," Mips RenJes, Mrs. l.ydgate, Miss D. Lydgate; J. F. Molr.
Ej Npycs. Mrs. A, Hashbroitck. Miss Mrs. H. T, Walker. Mrs. S. North. Mlsa
Leytou.iMrs.'E. Deacon. Mr. and Mrs. M North, R. Shingle, II. F, Lewis,
J. Nott, Miss M. R. Roo, Miss G. Miss Itlnd. Mrs. J. Hind, Miss Stack
Campbell, Mr, and Mrs. Geo,- Ross, '. Ooo. Aknu. M. V. SerrAo.. Herbert
Miss M. Grace, Miss McGregor. Thoo. 'PPj Tulloch. Leslie Tulloch, -yio.
Nlckclson, a W Smith Miss Mem- lot Rlckard. Annie Lindsay Mra.iJiW.
lckoiBan, uw. Bmitn. Miss Mem- Mftby M Mab B E Barttello, A'eic
Ing Miss Hare, Mrs. j. Rosenberg. Long WaUor NclBOn;Mf Mengie-.-. A.
P. Bcrnlco Cooke. Miss J. Toner, Mrs. Mclnytre. N Woo, R. Bolomon. r Rod
M. Restarick, Mrs. E. Coulter, Mr. and cnliurst, D. Jlakena, A. Relmjrnn:Wal.
Mrs. B. Kohl, Mary T. Mopro, Mr. and tcr Watson, Miss A. Kau,' Miss M.
Mrs. O. A. Bqcker, Miss Sandry, Miss Hopp. - v . f
L. Melln. Airs. Beaumont. Mrs. C. L.1 Per stmr. Mauna Lpe. for Kona and
Hoogs, Miss Ryan, Mrs. J. Gregg. Mrs. ,Kau I)0,rts- J"no 2t--Mr. 0. 8. Hol-
Noble, Mrs. Verncr. K Horner. R. E. l.K.?'?!1'1, l?W
itr. t t ,- .. r 11 M8 Akerman, ano Akerman, E ma
?!. i' 7 P u w CPnant- Pfed Copant, F. Stelner. Edith
Kent, Miss Rpsenberg. Miss Wells, AKU3t Eimer Augu,t, M. Magoon. L.
Mrs. N. B. Hoyt, Mrs. 8. Burt Miss Macoon. J. Lino. Lea Tom. Cant. Wln-
Hliirt, Mrs. M. Elsert. Mrs. T. Wooden,'
Miss E, K. Cowan, A. M. Scott, Miss Mrs. Klmokeo, Miss A. Magulre, Mrs.
Woodford. Miss M. Mossman, Mls3 J. A, Magulre. Mrs. O. J. Robinson.
Glasscock. H. W. Elsert. C. D. Minor. MMV Drown. Isabel Brown, J. A. Ma
Mr$. C. Bellon, John Hind. Mrs. 0. Ai Kon, Mrs Magoon. LonaJorrett. Al
Ha ker MIs. U T.'le, J Sterns, G. ST&ffltfSXFfii
$'r ,la.rr' 1iU;ali x,IrS: Cr84al?; W Peterman. Miss O. Aiu. 0. W. Ashford.
W- Ktrklnftd. J. D. N,eal. D. R, Moss- H- Mlkl. 8. K. Pedro, W. H. Rice, Mrs
man, W. E. Bell. Miss Ztegler, Mlsi nice, Miss Forrest. Rev. W. D. Wcs
L, W. Smith, 1 A Richmond, II, T, tervclt. Miss Clinton, P. I). Kellott Jr.
giark, M.rs. A. Lyle.i Miss M. Walsh, Mrs. Kellfctt, Joseph Bright, Rev. J.
Mrs. Ella Austin, Mrs..T. II. Crozler, M- Lldgate, rs. Roso Kane, II. Kane
Mrs. W. -A. McKay) Miss M. M. An, J!8?,1',' Knnoa' Ml" K Pulo'. "
dradf. Miss J. M. Barkor. Mrs. L, E. f Ka"oa- '
AVnand,'.!. Garcia. C, C. Hilts, Jlicle.TT, MAILS.
y, k. McKay, Mrs. and Mlsa Needi'-i'-r
bam, M. Rosenberg, W. Allen, Mri Malls are due, at Honolulu from
8.. Decolo, Miss J,. E. Grey, Mrs. Ai Pnts sb follows:
Knight, Mlsa M. Horner, Miss E. A. Yokohama Per China, Juno 18.
Cameron;, Miss i B. Jaoobson, Mtss M. Colonic Pcr Mamma, Juno 21.
G, Bordon", Miss N. Moore. Miss Mi San ftanclsco Per NevadanfJuno 22.
M. Oooko j; R. McLean, Mrs." Mp-. Vancouver Per Manuka, June 23.
Lean Miss A. H.'Lycetti Mlsg FIqrj Mails' will dopart tor the foUiWloc.
ence Lee. Mra. and Mlfcs Dpuguss, Mri Points as follows:
J. T. Lewis, J. Andrado Jr., Misses Ban Francisco Per' China, Juno 18.
ijluth and Cornelia aelsscl, C. A. Simp Vancouvor Pcr Mararaa. June 21,
son, R H. fallen, Mrs. T. M. Med Yokohama Per Manchuria. Juno IS.
calf, C. II. Llpplncott. F, F. Wood. Coloules Pcr 'ManultaJ Juno 25! ' '
ford W. J. McNeil. Bro. Morris. Bro.
Eugene, Miss A. A. McCord. Miss E.
O. Cameron, K. 8, Lldgato, A. F.
CObkp. r , v i I
IT PirnitTnrfTV Iho erv1rna nt fl.a
Inter Island steamer Claudlne and the
watson Navigation tug intrepid to
bring tho German ship Rcnco Rick-
mere Into tho harbor jesterday inonW'
llmr This .rt eome immiinri ,.
continental pofts. Bho. has a,bput
.thirty-three hundred tonH of frelghtl
ivi iituuiui)! uuu iii iiiv mupineui is
about every variety ot product coming
from Germany. Tbe veunel commenced
to dlschargo a shlpmem of fertilizer
and miscellaneous freight without do
lay. The vessel was one hundrel
and forty-four days In making the pas-
niMr' n i" - ' i ' ' ' ' ..
th?ntM?nm d " ,ile '
the Pultetln, offles.
fComax, II. C. Henley, Br, stmr.,
p. m. i .
Kauai ports W. Q. Hall, stmr,, 5
I ' PA88ENQER8 BOOkD
Pl?r stmr. Noeati. for Kauai ports,
Juno 20. S. Deverlll.
Per stmr. W. G. Hall,' for Kanal
ports, June 21.-?Mr. Hodge, Miss
Moorohead, Miss Shaw.
Per stmr. Mlkabala for .Maul and
Molokal ports, June 2t. Mrs. M. Mac
Intyro, It. II. Hitchcock. W. C. Hitch
cock, Mrft. Hitchcock, Mrs. J, P.
bu, mi.b n. nuiui., cuius 1 vvtugni.
MIm' It. U. Oleson Wss 8. Hannestad.
ter,; Mrs. Winter, Mrs. C. F, Hart.
Dlx. arrived at Seattle ihvU.
iy,B8n, sailed ft Manila June 14.
Sherman, nrllved'at Ban Francisco,
B'yeridan 'sailed front Manila. Jimo If
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IN FOREIGN PORT
a. M ,. . 5l'n J'Ui1ti 17', ,
SA-N ' RANpIggo-Atrh cd June -17:
b 0 m B Hitur a. nenco Juno 11.
YOKOHAMA-Arrlved Juno 17: S. si
Tenyo Marii, henco Juno 7,
iiimj -Arnvea Juno is: H. a. l;ntrrt
p;Ise, from San Francisco.
HAN 4 Sailed Jline H: Sch. Ja.
Rolph. fur San Franclsca.
., - ' T '
, ".. ...'.V'lr. yun'flvo Has
Jjffi "&$"& 5Sl
brought down from in Francisco.
TU-9 Corpnado la repotted will ukeloh
? consignment of tugar before" leav
lus on a return, oyago to'.th&eoAat.